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10 Story Books You Can Read To Your Preschooler

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Who does not love being told a bedtime story while snuggled up inside the blanket? Children love the soothing voice of a parent narrating interesting and magical tales about beautiful forests, comical cats and humongous palaces. Reading storybooks not only improve children's language and vocabulary but also opens up their imagination.

Our compilation of some of the most popular and entertaining storybooks of all time include a vibrant list of books that will be a delight for preschool children. From Cat in the Hat to Where the Wild Things Are and Madeline, this ClipBook will keep your children happily occupied.      

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The Best Books To Read With Your Kids

Children love listening to you when you read their favourite stories to them. Here is a collection some of the best children's books that make for interesting reading.

The Cat In The Hat

This Dr Seuss masterwork is the most revolutionary children’s book to come out in the past one hundred years. Theodore Geisel (aka Dr Seuss) created this story in 1957 as a reaction to early childhood literacy in the United States. The tale – whic...

Sylvia Long's Mother Goose

The rhymes of Mother Goose are practically ingrained in a child’s mind from the moment they begin walking and talking. This essential anthology created by the award-winning artist Sylvia Long uses animals to frame these tales in a manner that brid...

The Snowy Day

You don’t have to live in an area that sees wintry snowfall to appreciate this classic by Ezra Jack Keats, and neither do your children. The story involves a little boy waking up to the sight of an overnight snowfall, leading to a day filled with ...

The Dot

Self-doubt can be crippling even at an early age. This Peter H. Reynolds book does a marvelous job of teaching children the lesson of turning “I can’t” into “I can” in a way that helps stimulate the creative side of their brain. The story follows ...

The House At Pooh Corner

The Walt Disney version of Winnie the Pooh and his gang are some of the most cherished critters in a child’s life, and rightly so. This collection of tales from Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore, and the rest of the gang is the second volume of stories and is ...

The Little Engine That Could

“I think I can! I think I can!” When you think about it, there’s a decent chance that the simple little phrase may be the first quote that your child utters. Such is the power of Watty Piper’s brilliant tale of the little blue engine that comes eq...

Madeline

In a way, Ludwig Bemelmans first entry into what would become his Madeline series of books feels important to share with a child. The book has earned the right to be considered a classic worthy of your children’s library, regardless of whether you...

Knuffle Bunny

On the surface, this Mo Willems book looks like a classic tale of lost and found. The plot essentially revolves around toddler Trixie leaving the titular stuffed animal behind at the Laundromat, the efforts to communicate this with Dad, and the su...

The Giving Tree

Few children’s books have caused divisiveness quite like this intriguing Shel Silverstein classic. The book chronicles the relationship between an apple tree and a boy throughout the various stages of his life.

Just Me And My Dad

Mercer Mayer’s “Little Critter” picture books have grown into modern classics. You can make a case for this being the best of the bunch. The Richard Scarry-esque characters are visually appealing and the background environment that they are in com...

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